Simple Country Christmas Table Decorations

Simple country Christmas table decorations using a table garland and candle centerpieces for decor. Create your own simple natural Christmas table setting with these ideas for decorating your dining room this season. Join me as I share my tips on how to create a cozy and warm holiday feeling in our home.

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Simple Natural Christmas Decor
Simple Christmas Table Setting

Simple Country Christmas Table Setting

This year, as most years, I chose to keep our simple country Christmas table decorations natural. Simple touches like a faux garland mixed with real greenery, white plates, and black candle holders are a few of the items I used to create this years table setting.

Simple Table Scape For Christmas

Country Rustic Table Setting

For the place setting at each seat this year, I chose to use my everyday white dishes. I layered the large plate with a black and white striped napkin and then placed the smaller plate on top. For the glasses, I use 12 oz size mason jars in the quilted pattern design.

Simple Christmas Name Table Cards

For the Christmas name table cards, I chose to use several pieces of faux greenery tied with jute string around a wooden star. My daughter then hand lettered each wooden star with each name in our family.

rustic black candle holders for taper candles
Rustic Black Farmhouse Canldes

Country Christmas Table Garland

It’s been a very long time since I have used faux greenery garland in my home, however, this year I did. I started decorating with all real greenery this year, and I broke out into an allergic reaction. So, I chose to go with faux that had some real greenery mixed in.

I believe that mixing real greenery with the faux greenery creates a more realistic look and it also helps the garland to look more full and lush.

Christmas Table Garland

How to Create a Christmas Table Garland

To create the simple natural Christmas table setting, I placed my table runner down the center of the table. Then, I chose two different styles of faux garland. One is a simple plain pine garland and the other is a juniper berry garland. I fluffed both of the garlands, then placed the juniper berry garland on top of the pine garland. I continued to pull, tuck and fluff the two garlands together until I had the look I wanted.

Next, I took real cedar and tucked it into the faux garland. Again, this creates the look of a more realistic greenery garland and makes it look more full.

Then, I used 5 rustic black candle holders filled with large beeswax tapers to tuck in around the garland.

Christmas Table Decorations

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Pine Garland
Juniper Berry Garland
Quilted Mason Jars
Black Candle Holders
Beeswax Taper Candles
Table Runner
Black and White Napkins
Wooden Stars – slightly different than mine but could be used the same way.
Dining Room Rug

Farmhouse Christmas Table

I enjoy keeping the Christmas decorating to a minimum in our home. It’s a no fuss, no stress approach and when the season is over, everything is easy to put away. I hope that you have enjoyed this little tour of our simple natural Christmas table setting. Thank you so much for stopping by!

Simple Christmas Table at Night

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12 thoughts on “Simple Country Christmas Table Decorations”

  1. Your home always looks so effortlessly beautiful yet livable and inviting. Your Christmas dining room is another example of how easily you add holiday sparkle with just the right touches. It is a real talent indeed. Cheers and Merry Christmas to you and your family, Ardith

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  2. Your home is beautiful ! I love the simplicity of your decorating it looks so effortless and non fussy yet warm and inviting. I love your table and greenery and I’m going to try it. Thank you and Merry Christmas to you and your family.

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  3. Sarah, you set a beautiful table! So simple and peaceful looking! Some background (Christmas) music softly playing, candles are lit, and the aroma of dinner making its way through your home…NO fuss means family time at a premium. Love it!

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    • I bought my table. I believe it was called a Mexican Pine finish. I sanded and then put a dark walnut stain on it.

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